COMPLAINT AREA ----- WE HAVE TO BE AWARE OF THE GROUPS IN FRONT OF YOU TO MAKE SURE A HIT BALL IS NOT HITTING OR LANDING NEAR SOMEONE.
PACE OF PLAY IS IMPORTANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Handicaps per Hole and over par. #4 -1.7, #6 -1.4, #1 -1.2, #3 -1.2, #7 -1.1, #2 -1.0, #5 -1.0, #8 -.9, #9 -.8.
Effective Immediately, no more automatic 16 points if playing unopposed. I will use a ghost player!
Places are 1 through 6, 16 through 21.
HILINE GOLF COURSE
I tried a new thing tonight when a team couldn't play. I used ghost players, this program has it built into it. It's like bowling. I have used 16 as the number in the past, but in reality it could be sandbagging situation. Here a person would still have to shoot a respectable score. Tonight the team against the ghost team scored 15 and the ghost team 7. A no show is still no points. This is the fair way to do it.
Maintain a pace to stay behind the group in front of you! Yeah the pin placements can be tough and remember 5 minutes to look for a ball. Then play lost ball and move on. So lets maintain a proper pace and everyone will be happy.
Definition: "Out of bounds" refers to those areas outside the golf course from which play is not allowed, or any area designated as out of bounds by the committee.
Out of bounds will be marked in some way - often by the use of stakes or some barrier (a fenceline, for example). Items used to designate out of bounds (which is often abbreviated "OB") are not considered obstructions, are considered to be fixed, and therefore cannot be removed in order to play.
In all cases, the innermost portion of whatever is designating OB is itself considered out of bounds. For example, if stakes are used to mark OB, then the inside of the stake is where OB begins; if a line is on the ground, then the line itself is considered OB.
A ball is considered out of bounds when all of it is outside the boundaries.